Show your Epiphones

Discussion in 'Epiphone Guitars' started by Paruwi, Jan 20, 2015.

  1. Keefoman

    Keefoman Active Member

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  2. Paruwi

    Paruwi Kraut-Rocker Staff Member

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    Nice pic of your 'Korina-Sisters'
     
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    I could possibly be the worst photographer ever, but here are my current Epi's anyway...


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    2015 Standard PlusTop Pro Heritage - 2015 Ebony Custom Pro 2_lespaulsx.jpg paul_3x.jpg paul5x.jpg
     
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    Raiyn Well-Known Member

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    Niiiice Carrion ! But what are those two nice brown beauties you're not introducing ? They're like Robert Palmer's babes.

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  7. Carrion Trilevel

    Carrion Trilevel New Member

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    haha that they are :) those are 2 guitars I built 10 years ago based on a 1959 Les Paul Jr, Both have Gibby 500T's The right is 2 piece matched Mahogany/ Mahogany neck , Ziricote fretboard. The left is 2 piece matched Alder, Mahogany neck, Bocote fretboard. both have my custom bridge setup. Both have birds- View attachment 4886 View attachment 4886 View attachment 4886 View attachment 4886 View attachment 4886 eye headstock plates
     
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    Raiyn Well-Known Member

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    Nice!
     
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    Yeah thanks, real nice.
    Now you need to build one with a P90.
     
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    I am def thinking of adding a P90 to a neck placement on one of these. Also, one will get the Bigsby, The mahogany Jr.
     
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    Selling this soon, didn't prefer the 6-string neck position when seated. But, I gotta say, cool guitar! Sounds excellent, the 6 is fat and growls, while the 12 is more jangly thanks to the acoustic strings I put on it. Bronze windings mean quieter wound strings which means the octave strings are more noticeable plugged in.
     
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    Growing up in the '60s and having seen Jimmy Page's 1275 it was impossible not to lust after one of my own. Fortunately back then there was no way I could ever afford one, and now that I can I've had the opportunity to actually try one I realize how impractical they are. They weigh too much for me to play standing for long, and as you said, when seated the 6 string neck is way too low. The 1275 will always be supremely cool, but for what I do it doesn't do anything that a separate 6- and 12- string wouldn't do better.

    Still, it must have been cool to own one...

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